Adler & Hearne, an Americana band with Fort Worth roots, is wrapping up a tour of the West Coast and swinging through the Metroplex on their way back to their current home in East Texas.

Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne, along with Hearne’s talented, guitar-slinging daughter, Kate Hearne, will perform at Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse on Friday in Dallas. Show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets are $15-$18.

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Lindy Hearne is a native son of Fort Worth. His folks ran a family business here, Hearne Wrecking & Lumber, from 1949 to 2000. Hearne and Adler also teach music at All Saints’ Episcopal School.

Adler & Hearne are touring to promote their new album Adler & Hearne at Eddie’s Attic, recorded live at the iconic Decatur, Georgia listening room.

The musical couple founded Crossroads Music Co. & Listening Room in 2005 in the East Texas town of Winnsboro.

“Our new live CD is a tip of the hat to live music venues like Crossroads, Uncle Calvin’s and Eddie’s Attic,” says Hearne. “Places known for being listening rooms first and foremost are like hallowed halls – not just for the performers, but for all the folks in the audience who want to be a part of the exchange that is the live music experience – up close and personal.”


  1. Great musicians and great people. Kate Hearne is just amazing on lead guitar and all three are real songwriters, to boot. If you ever get a chance, see/hear them.

  2. Adler & Hearne are wonderful songwriters and strong players who are grateful for their talents and appreciative of their audience. Expect a very intimate performance of well crafted folk / Americana songs.